Olympic heroes, former politicians, an Osmond, an Osbourne and a teenage witch
ABC SAYS: "The former House Majority Leader is a prominent Republican and conservative firebrand. He was first elected to Congress in 1984, and when Republicans took control of the House, his colleagues elected him Majority Whip, and later Majority Leader. His leadership was characterized by his aggressive “Grow the Vote” method of party discipline, where he never lost a vote, leading the Washington Post to nickname him “The Hammer.” He and his wife, Christine, also served as foster parents and founded a community in Texas that serves as a safe, permanent home for abused and neglected children. DeLay is currently president of First Principles LLC, a strategic political consulting firm based in Washington DC and Houston, Texas."
WE SAY: "Dancing with the Stars" draws an older and more conservative audience than, say, "American Idol" and this will be an interesting test of the Fox News endorsement. In all honesty, Delay has surprised us in the past. Maybe he can dance? If not, he could be voted out swiftly.